Children Helping Children

One child can make a difference by leading with a simple idea, talking small action steps and collaborating to help others.

Agent Orange Awareness Month

Paulette Joyce’s husband, Frederick Joyce, died from Agent Orange related brain cancer due to his service in Vietnam many years ago.

Community Connection

Fallen Patriots is continuously reminded of the honor and privilege it is to be an influential part of scholars’ journeys. Many surviving families have expressed their gratitude for the “family” they have developed through Fallen Patriots’ social media outlets.

E for Education Campaign

Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation (Fallen Patriots) will benefit from the e for Education campaign initiated and launched by Citi.

Why We Serve: Candice Tuosto

Candice Tuosto’s dad, Jorge Tuosto, served in the Vietnam War and was later diagnosed with ALS. He ultimately passed away.

World Suicide Prevention Day

“I keep living because I am the daughter of a soldier who didn’t get the chance to” – Surviving Scholar, Gabrielle Herman

Never Forget: SMSgt Jeremy Nelson

Katelyn Nelson’s dad, SMSgt Jeremy Nelson, joined the Air Force and after that all of his choices were for his country and his family.

Partner Spotlight: Vineyard Vines

Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is happy to announce the addition of Shep and Ian Murray to its board of advisors. Shep and Ian Murray, own the clothing and accessory retailer Vineyard Vines.

Never Forget

As September 11th approaches, Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is reminded to #NeverForget the sacrifices that so many soldiers have made.

Tuff Enuff Festival

The community of Paden, Mississippi joined together to kick off the first annual Tuff Enuff Festival benefiting Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation.

Honoring Purple Heart Day

Today, Fallen Patriots honors more than 1.8 million combat-wounded Purple Heart recipients.

Class of '20 Monthly Giving Program

When surviving scholars step on the quad for the first time this August, they will be taking the first step toward a dream that their mother or father died to protect.

Why We Serve: Emily Williams

Emily Williams’ father passed away due to long-term illness as a result of serving in the Army. 

Southpoint Charity Golf Outing

Southpoint Charity Golf Outing

Helping to raise funds by hosting an event is a great way to increase awareness of our organization, inspire many people and provide a wonderful source of financial support.